You should have a short as well as a long foam Roller as sometime we use the 3' version for some movements
Stability Ball (aka Swiss Ball)
Height 6 feet and taller: 75cm
Height under 6 feet: 65cm
Please get a burst resistant stability ball
Box or Step
You can use a staircase for most of these movements
Dumb Bells or Kettle Bells (both would be great)
DB/KB #1 – light: You should be able to do 6-8 lateral shoulder raise with #1 (5 – 10 lbs.)
DB/KB #2 – moderate: You should feel comfortable pushing #2 over your head but tire at 15 reps (10-30 lbs.)
DB/KB #3 – heavy: You should tire at 15 reps for a goblet squat using #3 (20 – 60 lbs.)
Cable Machine or Resistance Bands
Long Band #1 – Light: Yellow SPRI Exertube
Long Band #2 – Moderate: Green SPRI Exertube
Long Band #3 – Heavy: Red SPRI Exertube
Long Band #4 – Xheavy: Blue SPRI Exertube
Mini Loop Bands: Light, Moderate, & Heavy
These are usually sold in a set of 5 for approximately $25.00
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Optional but a cool tool to have!
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This is one of my favorite tools to use for endurance athletes. Optional but if you choose to purchase one get a 4kg first. Then a 10kg or 12kg as the “heavy” one.
A High Bar is only asked for a few times in the sessions. You can always practice the movements on a sturdy tree branch or at a park.
Hex Bar/Barbell and Bumper Plates
I highly recommend adding this to your home gym line up when you can. If you decide to add one of these I would recommend adding the Hex Bar first. You will need weight plates adding up to your body weight + 20%.